Thousands of documents, including 4,186 of the confession files and 6,578 of victims and perpetrators’ biographies survive to this day, providing a grim insight into the activities that occurred inside Tuol Sleng. The Yale Cambodian Genocide Program have spent many years examining these records, but thousands of the people sent to S-21 have yet to be identified. We may never know who they were or why they were sent there; only their portraits remain to serve as affirmations of their lives – and deaths – at Tuol Sleng.
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In March 2016, the Khmer files of the Cambodian Women’s Oral History Project, undertaken by Theresa de Langis, Ph.D. were donated to the Museum and added to it’s archive. The files document through life-story accounts of the experiences of women during the Khmer Rouge period.